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To apply an echo to your voice
Press ECHO on the front panel and on the remote control so that the echo indicator lights up on the display. Each time you press the button, the echo level changes as follows:
ECHO 1 ( ) ECHO 2 ( )
When you use microphone with any playback source, follow the procedure below.
1 Rotate MIC LEVEL to MIN.
ECHO OFF (Canceled) ( )
2 Connect the microphone (not supplied) by
plugging it into the MIC jack.
As the number increases, a stronger echo effect applies to your voice.
3 Start playing the source â CD, tape or other
4 Rotate MIC LEVEL and VOLUME
Adjusting Key Control
You can adjust the key of the source if itâs not suite on you. â¢ This function is available only when you use CDs for karaoke source.
controls as you sing into the microphone.
â¢ By pressing REC/PAUSE, you can record your singing along if you want. (For more details, see page 18.) â¢ To stop during recording, press 7.
1 Start the source CD. 2 Press KEY CONTROL on the unit
or on the remote control.
To lower the key, press KEY CONTROL I. To raise the key, press KEY CONTROL i. â¢ To cancel key control, press the I button or the i button until âKEY STEP Â± 0â appears on the TV.
KEY CONTROL i
If howling or squealing (feedback) occurs while using the microphone Take the following actions to prevent these noises. â¢ Adjust the MIC LEVEL and VOLUME controls â¢ Avoid pointing the microphone towards the speakers.
If you use the key control function â¢ When you change the key, the key position remains unless you change it again. To restore the original key of the source, refer to âTo cancel key controlâ above.
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